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ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS PROJECT WORK 2 2013
NAME : Rachael CLASS : 5 Apple IC NUMBER : 960…… SUBJECT TEACHER : …..
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Acknowledgement …………………………………………………… Objectives ………………………………………………………………… Introduction …………………………………………………………….. Part 1 ……………………………..………………………………………… Task Specification ……………………………………………………. Strategies ………………………………………………………………… Part 2 ……………………………………………………………………….. Part 3 ……………………………………………………………………….. Part 4 ……………………………………………………………............... Further Exploration …………………………………………………. Conclusion ………………………………………………………………. Reflection ……………………………………………………………… Reference ………………………………………………………………..
Firstly, I would also like to show my greatest gratitude towards the endless guidance and support given by my Additional Mathematics Subject teacher, Pn. Goh Siew Kimg She has been patiently guiding us and giving much relevant information to ensure that this coursework would be a success.
Secondly, I would like to acknowledge and range my earnest appreciation to my parents, my dad Michael Cheong Teck Foo and my mom Joanne Lee Chew Hoon for giving me support in every ways, such as money, to buy anything that are related to this project and their advise, which is the most needed for this project .
Apart from that, my friends who were doing this project same as mine and shared our ideas. They were helpful that we combined and discussed together, but however, this task was done individually. I thank them for helping me in solving some of the calculations.
Besides that, other parties are also gratefully thanked for helping out in this project. Throughout this project, I acquired many valuable skills, and hope that in the years to come, those skills will be put to good use.
Finally, I would like to thank God, for giving me the strength and health to do this project work. Thank you, everyone.
We are to choose and complete only ONE task based on our area of interest. we are to gain valuable experiences and able: To apply and adapt a variety of problem-solving strategies to solve problem. To provide learning environment that stimulates and enhances effective learning. To develop mathematical knowledge through problem solving in a way that increases student’s interest and confidence. This year the Curriculum Development Division. Upon completion of the Additional Mathematics Project Work. Ministry of Education has prepared two tasks for us.OBJECTIVE We students taking Additional Mathematics are required to carry out a project work while we are in Form 5. To improve thinking skills. This project must be done individually. To promote effective mathematical communication. To develop positive attitude towards mathematics .
The latest HIS/BA survey was carried out in 2009. Besides. This information serves as the basis for determining the goods and services to be included in the basket of the Consumer Price Index (CPI).INTRODUCTION HOUSEHOLD EXPENDITURE The Household Income Survey (HIS) was conducted by the Department of Statistics. The Household Expenditure Survey (HES) was first conducted in the year 1957/58. starting from 1987. The Basic Amenities Survey was conducted together with Household Income Survey and known as Household Income/Basic Amenities Survey (HIS/BA). Not just that. It is also used to update the CPI weights where the CPI is a measure of the average rate of change in prices of a fixed basket of goods and services which represent the expenditure pattern of households in Malaysia. . The recent survey was undertaken in 2009/2010. Malaysia since 1973. collect information on income distribution pattern of household classified by various socio-economic characteristics and also identify the poor groups. The main objectives of the HIS/BA survey are to measure the economic well-being of the population. However. Beginning 1993/94 it was carried out at an interval of five years and subsequently in 1998/99. The main objective of HES is to collect information on the level and pattern of consumption expenditure by households on a comprehensive range of goods and services. The survey covers private households in urban and rural areas. the survey also collect information on basic amenities of household and study the effects of the implementation of national development program.
Vaughan's analysis indicated that price levels in England had risen six to eightfold over the preceding century. so that a laborer's salary acted as a basket of goods. Vaughan wanted to separate the inflationary impact of the influx of precious metals brought by Spain from the New World from the effect due to currency debasement. HISTORY OF PRICE INDEX No clear consensus has emerged on who created the first price index. over the years. HES have become an invaluable source of information for government and private sectors. Vaughan reasoned that the market for basic labor did not fluctuate much with time and that a basic laborers salary would probably buy the same amount of goods in different time periods. researchers and university students. The earliest reported research in this area came from Welsh poet Henry Rice Vaughan who examined price level change in his 1675 book A Discourse of Coin and Coinage. Vaughan compared labor statutes from his own time to similar statutes dating back to Edward III. demand for data from the survey has increased and it is now used for several purposes. These statutes set wages for certain tasks and provided a good record of the change in wage levels.However. .
A collection of index numbers for different years.. SIMPLE INDEX NUMBER A simple index number is a number that measures a relative change ina single variable with respect to a base. Fleetwood. . his analysis did not actually involve calculating an index. had collected a large amount of price data going back hundreds of years. etc. profession. An Oxford student asked Fleetwood to help show how prices had changed. etc. is sometimes called an index series. geographic location or other characteristics such as income. who already had an interest in price change. The student stood to lose his fellowship since a fifteenth century stipulation barred students with annual incomes over five pounds from receiving a fellowship.While Vaughan can be considered a forerunner of price index research. Fleetwood proposed an index consisting of averaged price relatives and used his methods to show that the value of five pounds had changed greatly over the course of 260 years. In 1707 Englishman William Fleetwood created perhaps the first true price index. locations. INDEX NUMBER Index numbers are statistical measures designed to show changes in a variable or group of related variables with respect to time. COMPOSITE INDEX NUMBER A composite index number is a number that measures an average relative changes in a group of relative variables with respect to a base. He argued on behalf of the Oxford students and published his findings anonymously in a volume entitled Chronicon Preciosum.
For particularly broad indices. Price indexes have several potential uses. differ between time periods or geographical locations. they can be useful in helping to guide investment. transportation. The index number of an item representing collectively the indices of all components that constitute the item is known as the composite index. . For example. taken as a whole. providing a useful statistical measure of overall market or sector performance over time. education. Sometimes. the index can be said to measure the economy's price level or a cost of living. More narrow price indices can help producers with business plans and pricing. COMPOSITE INDEX A grouping of equities. It is a statistic designed to help to compare how these prices. during a given interval of time. house rent and etc. WEIGHTAGE Weightage is a weighting factor assigned to compensate for a perceived disadvantage or a simple weight factor or ratio.PART 1 (a) Describe in Brief : PRICE INDEX A price index is a normalized average (typically a weighted average) of prices for a given class of goods or services in a given region. indexes or other factors combined in a standardized way. the cost of living in a city may consist of many components like food.
(b) State four ways of weightage representations. Pictorial Line Graph . Find the example of the representations using internet or any printed material.
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There are a few info required to complete this project. I need to plan on my monthly expenditure such as savings and contributions to my parents. I’m using some images. Im also given the sizes of television (INches) such as 24.I have given a list of items of the family’s monthly expenditure in a table form in the beginning of Part 2. Then. Besides. Lastly. Calculate the price indices for the year 2013 based on the year 2012 and its weightage. I am using the scientific calculator (Ex – 570MS) to do the calculations. Not only that. STRATEGIES By completing this project. Assumed have just started working. First of all is to fill up the given table in Part 1 on average monthly expenditure for the year 2013. I have to do survey in the lectronic shops in order to fill up the television’s prices in the table as given in Part 3 of the question paper. tables and charts to make my project look more intresting and neat. PART 2 . Calculate the composite index of the year 2013. Lastly. I need to state which televisionan I purchasing and also its reason. and 40 in the beginning of part 4. 32. After the overall findings. Not only that. I also used Microsoft word to type my project accordingly and neatly instead of handing in a handwritten project work which is pretty messy and troublesome. Then I need to adjust my family’s expenditure in order to buy the television. Besides.
It causes an increase in the household expenditure in a family.We often hear complaints from the public about inflation. we have to calculate the price index that involves some of the items mentioned above. (a) My family’s monthly expenditure for the year 2013 Total Family Income = RM 8500 Item Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare etc) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Miscellaneous Total Average monthly expenditure for the year 2013 (to the nearest RM) 700 2500 800 Percentage of monthly expenses (to the nearest %) 11% 39% 12% 180 1500 200 412 3% 23% 3% 6% 50 150 6492 Table 1 1% 2% 100% (b) If we want to compare the cost of living from one year to another. The household expenditure for every family is different. .
Table 2 shows the average monthly expenses for the year 2012 and the year 2013 Average monthly expenses for the year 2012 (RM) 600 2000 680 Average monthly expenses for the year 2013 (RM) 700 2500 800 Item Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare etc) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Miscellaneous TOTAL 140 1500 160 340 180 1500 200 412 40 130 5590 Table 2 50 150 6492 (c) (i) Complete Table 3 based on the above information . ii.i. I have chosen the year 2012 to be the based year.
I estimated the composite index of the year 2013 will increase by 17 % (ii) Calculate the composite index for the average monthly expenditure in the year 2013 based on the year 2012. . the household expenditure will then be increased. I = PI x 100 P0 Price index for food = 700 x 100 600 = 116 Weightage for food = 700 x 100 6492 = 10. Therefore.8 = 11( nearest integer) Conjecture As the prices are increasing year by year.Item Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare etc) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Miscellaneous TOTAL Price indices for the year 2013 based on the year 2012 116 125 118 128 100 125 121 Weightage (W) 11 39 12 3 23 3 6 125 115 1073 Table 3 1 2 100 Price index.
The highest increment among all of the items is clothing. the above conjecture is proven to be true.07 = 117 ( nearest integer) The composite index is 117. This means that the cost of living in the year 2013 compared to the year 2012 had increased by 17%.The item with the .Item Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare etc) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Miscellaneous TOTAL Price indices (I) for the year 2013 based on the year 2012 116 125 118 % increase in the year 2013 16% 25% 18% Weightage (W) (IW) 11 39 12 1276 4875 1416 128 100 125 121 28% 0% 25% 21% 3 23 3 6 384 2300 375 726 125 115 - 25% 15% Table 3(a) 1 2 100 125 230 11707 The above conjecture is proven by the following Composite index = 1276 + 4875 + 1416 + 384 + 2300 + 375 + 726 125 230 100 = 11707 100 = 117. I had analyzed the items accordingly from the most increment to the least increment. Referring to the above calculation. The result of my calculations on clothing is increment of 28%. Therefore.
Item Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare etc) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Proposed percentage increase in expenditure in 2013 5% 10% 10% Suggestions to reduce the percentage increase in the year 2013 Try not to eat expensive food all the time Rent cheaper house Utilize public transport instead of driving 15% 0% 15% 15% Reduce buying branded products Remain Reduce outgoing expenses Reduce the usage of air conditioner and long phone talks Being health conscious by exercising more frequently as well as consuming more fruits and vegetables Spending on necessities only Table 3 (b) 15% Miscellaneous 10% The table below shows the amount decreased of my family’s expenditure in 2013 by applying my suggestions. Lastly. Then. Percentage increase in Price indices ( I ) for the year 2013 Item of Weightage (IW) . This is followed by utilities which have increased 21%. food and miscellaneous have increased by 16% and 15%. there are no changes of expenses for education. transportation which have an increment of 18%. The table below shows my personal suggestion on ways to reduce the expenditure for my family. recreation and medication which have increased as much as 25%.second most increment is accommodation.
the composite index would decrease from 117 to 109. (d) Conclusion about my family’s expenditure based on my findings After doing research.27 = 109 ( nearest integer ) By applying the above suggestions. and some problem solving.expenditure Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare etc) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Miscellaneous Total 2013 (my suggestion) 5% 5% 5% based on the year 2012 111 115 108 (W) 11 39 12 1221 4485 1296 10% 0% 10% 15% 113 100 110 106 3 23 3 6 339 2300 330 636 15% 10% - 110 105 Table 3 (c) 1 2 100 110 210 10927 Composite index = 1221 + 4485 + 1296 + 339 + 2300 + 330 + 636 +110 + 210 100 = 10927 100 = 109. answering questions. I found that my family’s expenditure have increased by 17% in the year 2013 compared to the year 2012 by .
Table 3 (b) show some of my personal suggestion on ways to reduce the expenditure for my family. As for Table 3 (c) shows that the composite index of my family’s expenditure decreased from 117 to 109 which is a reduction of 8%. One family will face problem like having difficulties in paying up their debts for house loans or rental as the increase of cost of living effects the economy and causing the house rental to be more expensive. . The increase in the general level of prices implies a decrease in the purchasing power of the currency. inflation occurs. This shows that there would be a 6.84 reduction in the cost of living in year 2013 after applying my suggestion. Thus. The rising cost of living with the income of family remains the same will immense hardship to a family as they could not spend enough on their monthly expenditures. The possible impact on a family if the cost of living increase by 17% in 2013 is they might be below poverty line.referring their price indices in Part 2 (Table 3) The impact on a family if the cost of living increase by 17% in 2013 would base on the income of the family. PART 3 My family is planning to buy a new television set.
57 94.74 141. cash payment and payment by installment.33 102. I would like to make a comparison between two modes of payment. as you can see the price of the television I’ve decided to buy is lower by RM 50 from the mean price.33 2439.97 158.97 Brand Samsung Toshiba Size of Television ( inches ) 24 32 40 24 32 40 Price ( RM ) Shop A 978 1376 2651 713 1223 2651 Shop B 1008 1544 2368 813 1338 2265 Table 4(b) Shop C 999 1599 2299 759 1399 2499 Mean Price ( RM ) 995 1506. the brand and size of television that I’ve decided to buy is Toshiba 24 inches television which is selling at RM699 in shop B.42 81.(a) I have conducted a survey on the price of the television for two different brands from three different shops.76 (b) Based on the finding from part (a) above.30 40.67 Standard Deviation ( RM ) 12.65 169. Brand Samsung Toshiba Size of Television ( inches ) 24 32 40 24 32 40 Price ( RM ) Shop A 999 1599 2299 759 1399 2499 Shop B 959 1349 2599 699 1199 2599 Table 4(a) Shop C 979 1499 2299 789 1299 2199 Mean Price ( RM ) 979 1482.42 37.33 2399 749 1299 2432. The mean of Toshiba 24 inches among three of the shop is RM 749. Complete Table 4 (a) and 4(b) using the data you obtained.33 Standard Deviation ( RM ) 16.86 152. . Table 4 (a) shows the prices of televisions by cash payment in three different shops whereas Table 4(b) shows the prices of televisions by installment.67 1320 2471.33 761. namely.87 72.
58. (c) The Ministry of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs wishes to present the Fair Price Shop Award for one of the above shops.17 756. Mean ( RM ) 1592. is it RM 711. Shop C deserves to receive the Fair Price Shop Award. it is very affordable. Therefore. the television cost lesser by RM260 than the Samsung 24 inches which sells in the same shop. If I am the panels for this award. many customers have been complimenting the service provided by the staffs there are very kind and helpful. I would choose to give the award to Shop C because the mean price among three of the shops is the lowest. PART 4 . Therefore.76 569. It shows that the prices of television offered by Shop C are reasonable and affordable. The reason I buy this television is because of the price is cheapest among both of the brands and also the inches. the functions of the Toshiba 24 inches television is more or less same as the Samsung 24 inches.33 1567. It is obvious that the television I’ve decided to buy is still RM 12.By taking the mean to minus the standard deviation. Besides. determine the shop that deserves the award.15 Shop A B C If I am one of the panel for the Fair Price Shop Award.33 1510. Samsung brand is very popular nowadays therefore the price of the product has been increasing whereas Toshiba is less popular compared to Samsung therefore their prices are far cheaper. Besides.67 Standard Deviation ( RM ) 633. Standard deviation for Shop C is also the lowest.58 cheaper after minus the standard deviation. With the same size of the screen.
I intend to save 10% of my salary every month. b) Assuming I have just started working with a monthly salary of RM 2500. I have extra RM 734 to buy the television that I’ve desire which is RM 699. the leftover is RM 35. Average monthly expenditure for the year 2013 (to the nearest RM) 700 2500 800 180 1500 200 412 After some adjustment on the average monthly expenditure (to the nearest RM) 625 2500 690 51 1500 50 312 Item Food Accommodation (Rental / Loan) Transportation (Petrol/ Loan/ Bus fare) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/ Electricity/ Telephone) Medication Miscellaneous Total 50 150 6492 Table 5 10 20 5758 After adjusting my monthly expenditure. .a) My family has a fixed monthly income. In order to buy the television. Table 6 below shows my monthly expenditure as in Table 1 above and other items such as savings and contributions to my parents. After buying the television. I choose to pay by cash. my family needs to make some adjustment on the various types of expenditure. Show the average monthly expenditure that you have modified in a table.
The amount of saving from the monthly salary RM 2500 x 10 % = RM 250 Item Average monthly expenditure for the year 2013 ( to the nearest RM ) 200 650 160 50 350 40 200 20 30 250 550 2500 Table 6 Food Accommodation ( Rental / Loan ) Transportation ( Petrol / Loan / Bus Fare ) Clothing Education Recreation Utilities (Water/Electricity/Telephone ) Medication Miscellaneous Savings Contribution to parents TOTAL FURTHER EXPLORATION .
Information on households’ socio economic characteristics. One of the key objectives of the HES is to collect detailed information on the latest consumption expenditure of households in Singapore. The second survey covering the whole country was carried out in 1972/73. As inputs for formulation of policies The HES data are also used to update the weighting pattern and the basket of goods and services used in the compilation of the Consumer Price Index (CPI). including the United States. Hong Kong and Malaysia. United Kingdom.The Household Expenditure Survey (HES) collects information from resident households in Singapore on their expenditure. Since then. Japan. As consumers’ lifestyles and spending habits change over time. savings and selected household characteristics. Australia. in studies on changes in the consumption habits of the population over the years. the weighting pattern (relative importance of items) of the CPI needs to be reviewed periodically to reflect up-to-date spending patterns. Surveys of a similar nature are also conducted in other countries. This is the tenth HES conducted by the Singapore Department of Statistics (DOS) and will be carried out over 12 months from October 2012 to September 2013 to cover all festive seasons. The data are used: in studies on households’ expenditure and income and socio-economic characteristics. commonly used as an indicator of inflation. the HES have been conducted once in every five years. . income. The first HES were undertaken in 1956/57 and covered only the urban area. income and savings as well as ownership of consumer durables is collected.
manpower and costs as compared with the traditional key-punching method. leading to savings of time.History of Household Expenditure Surveys in Singapore Years Sample Size Key Initiatives 1956/57 1. Shortened the period for respondents to record their expenditure from one month to two weeks to reduce respondent burden.700 1992/93 8. Ninth expenditure survey. Fifth expenditure survey. Used the Optical Mark Reader to capture data from the survey of consumer durables in households. Used PDAs to collect information during face-to-face interviews of households by field interviewers. while minimising errors in data capture.000 2002/03 9. Adopted the Singapore Standard Classification of Individual 1972/73 3. Third expenditure survey.000 2007/08 10. Fourth expenditure survey. Second expenditure survey. in lieu of hardcopy survey forms.500 1997/98 9.200 First expenditure survey. Collected information on the socio-economic characteristics of the general population. Required respondents to record their expenses over a one-month period. Covered urban areas only.200 1982/83 5.500 . Sixth expenditure survey. Developed Intelligent Classification and Coding System to improve the efficiency of data capture and coding. Covered the whole country. Seventh expenditure survey. Included one-person households in the analysis of HES results for the first time.900 1987/88 7.500 1977/78 5. Eighth expenditure survey.
2 Comoros 74.8 Liberia 60. 2012/13 11.1 Malawi 74. Leveraged to a greater extent on administrative data to reduce respondent burden and improve data quality.0 Niger 28.1 Guinea 41.1 Mozambique 56.Years Sample Size Key Initiatives Consumption According to Purpose (S-COICOP) for the coding of expenditure items to allow for better international comparability.9 Madagascar 64.8 Central African Republic 56.000 Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 POOREST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD Country Name Literacy Level ( % ) Congo 83.0 Ethiopia 42.9 Uganda 66. Used UMPCs in place of PDAs.8 Togo 60.8 Rwanda 71. resulting in a significant reduction in IT software development efforts.7 Eritrea 67.1 .7 Guinea Bissau 54. Tenth expenditure survey.8 Burundi 67.2 Zimbabwe 90.7 Sierra Leone 35.5 Afghanistan 28.9 Haiti 52.
0 Germany 99.6 India 61.0 China 92.1 South Korea 97.0 Saudi Arabia 86.0 Australia 99.9 Indonesia 90.0 France 99.0 Canada 99.4 Turkey 87.0 Brazil 88.2 Japan 99.Rank 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 20 RICHEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD Country Name Literacy Level ( % ) United States 99.7 Mexico 86.4 Netherlands 99.0 United Kingdom 99.6 Italy 98.0 .4 Russia 99.6 Switzerland 99.0 Spain 97.
THE STAR Thursday February 9. online consumers are uncertain that the jump in both public expenses. The survey showed 85% of the Malaysian respondents had changed their spending patterns to save on their household income. 2012 By LOH FOON FONG Malaysians are increasingly changing the way they spend to save on their household income.” said Nielsen Malaysia managing director Kow Kuan Hua. switching to cheaper grocery brands (53%) and cutting down on telephone expenses (54%) to manage their spending in the last quarter of last year. followed by cutting down on outof-home entertainment (56%). major concerns and spending intentions among more than 28. The Nielsen findings also showed Malaysia maintaining its seventh place among the 56 countries in the top 10 most optimistic job prospects list. Malaysia maintained its position as the 10th most confident country among 56 countries covered in the Nielsen Global Consumer Confidence Survey for the fourth quarter of last year.8%). The majority (58%) said they spent less on new clothes. tracked consumer confidence. an online consumer survey shows. with 64% online respondents rating their job prospects as excellent or good over the next 12 months. carried out between Nov 23 and Dec 9. This was a rise of 6% over the figures of the previous quarter. Malaysia hovered at an index of 101.8% (market estimation of 4. including 500 respondents in Malaysia. Consumer confidence levels above and below a baseline of 100 indicate degrees of optimism and pessimism. Nevertheless. Ten per cent of the people surveyed said the coming 12 months would be a bad time to buy items they want and need. private consumption and future contribution under the Economic Transformation Programme would be able to fully offset the bearish external conditions. .000 Internet consumers. an increase of 3% over the third quarter. “Despite the announcement in November last year of higher than expected third quarter GDP growth of 5. The survey.
Based on my findings. Thus. Having a house is very important in every human’s life because everyone needs a shelter. they need to spend for the fuel price too. This project has made me more confident when doing a certain thing. Food is essential need of all living things especially humans and animals. Besides. . Food is having the most weightage among three of the highest items of weightage. it is still in need to pay for the bus or cab fare. Without food. and etc to travel to a certain respective destination. Transportation has become a basis of human’s daily life in this area. One can be protected and secured being in home. my family’s expenditure have increased by 17% in the year 2013 compared to the year 2012 by referring their price indices in Part 2 (Table 3). Planning your household expenditure is very important in a family unit. As a conclusion. Transportation is the least among three of the highest weightage according to my findings. motorcycles. There are three important items expenditure is selected by referring to their respective weightages. I have come to realize the importance of mathematics in our daily life apart from the regular calculations. Moreover. it enables us to lead a defensive lifestyle as it offers self-assurance and security to mankind. People need transportation like cars. buses. transportation is a necessity for a person to travel from one place to another. Food plays a vital role in the survival of mankind and it is proven to be the source of life. is the house rental. I have learnt to be more patient and not to give up easily and stay strong no matter how hard my journey is to succeed.CONCLUSION Throughout the project while I was conducting it. Many families own at least a vehicle and hence. This benefits your families because the remaining money after all of the monthly expenditure can goes into the savings for the emergency cases. While the others who travels by the public transportations. Secondly. it is one of the important items in the family expenditure. Furthermore. they need to travel to gain income too. I have learned many things. It helps you to organize your money accordingly to your family’s needs. one can never obtain nutrients needed for body to function well.
I can’t fulfill my big dreams and wishes … I used to HATE Additional Mathematics. I have learn to be more patient and not to give up easily. Besides. Besides. It helps you to organize your money accordingly to your family’s needs In the making of this project.REFLECTION While doing this project . I SACRIFICED my precious time to have fun. I decided and I will do my best on every second to learn and Score well for additional mathematics!! ‘’ I LOVE YOU ADD MATH ‘’ . Without it. I realise that my family most likely spending too much. I have come to realize the importance of Mathematics in daily life apart from the regular calculations of simple number.. These are the positive attitudes one should have to be able to do something successfully. ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS From now on. I also realise that Planning your household expenditure is very important in a family unit. And I came up with some ideas to reduce my family’s Household expenditure. It always makes me wonder why this subject is so DIFFICULT.. My friends and I discused about the project we shared ideas among ourselves. I always tried to love every part of it. I also realized that this subject is a compulsory to me. I have spent countless hours doing this project.. I have learned how to cooperate with friends.. Moreover.
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